Ten Things We Can Do

If you missed our June event with Governor Hunt, you won’t want to miss his inspiring words. Learn more about the 10 things we can do to support public education…and take action today!

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Did Your School Make the Grade?

Can a single grade measure anything meaningful, other than poverty?

Learn more about North Carolina A-F school performance grades.

Red4EdNC Joins Forces with PSFNC!

The Red4Ed Teacher Forum features educators sharing their “behind the scenes” insights, including how education policy really impacts the classroom.

See what our teachers have to say!

NC General Assembly in Session

Beginning Wednesday, January 14, 2015 follow what’s happening as our state legislature meets in Raleigh. Read our 2015 LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES.

Check our legislative update often!

Updated: Impact of the Budget on Public Education

Public Schools First NC wants to be sure you have the facts. Learn more about the current status of the 2015-17 biennial budget and understand how the 2013-15 budget has affected public education.

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What We Do

Public Schools First NC is a statewide, nonpartisan organization focused solely on public education issues. We collaborate with teachers, parents, business and civic leaders, students and communities across North Carolina in support of an effective public education system that will prepare each child for life.

Strong public schools are critical for growing our economy and maintaining the vitality of our communities. Our mission is to educate and inform North Carolinians about critical issues that impact our schools, our teachers, and students and to engage all stakeholders in supporting a quality public education system.  Learn more.

Read our 12 Steps to Better Public Schools.

What You Can Do

Ten Things

Ten things we can do to support public ed

Get the Facts

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Important Research

• Ed News-of-the-Week

Drink Red for Public Ed™

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What's New?

NC Students for Public Education

The Gift of a Teacher Recommendation

2015 Legislative Agenda

PSFNC’s priorities for the 2015 session

Parents’ Perspective

Walking in the Footsteps of a Teacher

Red4Ed Teacher Forum

The Real Problem with Teaching in North Carolina Part II

Why are Public Schools the  of Our Community?

Hear what North Carolinians have to say

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